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Good festive season for Loyal Flames
Rising singjay Loyal Flames, rode a musical heatwave during the festive season. The artiste delivered credible performances on local and overseas stages.

He performed in Canada at the Jamaica-Canadian Association event in Toronto alongside a number of acts including Exco Levi and Marcia Griffiths among others. Loyal Flames was well received by fans as he dished out his growing catalogue of songs.

Following that performance in Canada, promoters who were impressed with Loyal Flames, have showed an interest in working with him on several upcoming events.

His next assignment was the Boom GT Taylor Reggae Christmas Extravaganza show in St Elizabeth where he dealt with the stage like a seasoned professional. The ever-burning Loyal Flames, dressed in a black pants, black vest and a white long -sleeved shirt, with a red, green and gold scarf around his neck, delivered an incredible set which included his hit single Mr Death.

He kept the crowd entertained throughout his set. He made special mention of his manager Vikings, and reggae singer Romain Virgo, who have been responsible for his involvement in music.

Loyal Flames would later share stage with Virgo at the Cream of the Crop show in Ocho Rios, St Ann, which went down as another scorching performance.

His upcoming performances include Romain Virgo's birthday bash on January 24 in St Ann; Montego Bay on January 25; Costa Rica and St Vincent and the Grenadines in March and an upcoming European jaunt in August.

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